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March 07, 2014, 03:52:20 AM
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The bitcoin is non fair as it looks.
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March 07, 2014, 07:00:38 AM
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The bitcoin is non fair as it looks.

Money isn't fair. It's by design.

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March 07, 2014, 05:29:39 PM
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The bitcoin is non fair as it looks.

Money isn't fair. It's by design.
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You could also think of it as fair; like nature is... brutal, competitive, uncaring, and fair. Fair does not mean sitting on your ass should be rewarded with the same payoff as those who work hard.

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November 05, 2014, 10:08:10 PM
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I fail to see the problem here. Bitcoin was visible in plain open sight since day 1. 99% of us was just too stupid to see it and become an early adopter. Stupidity has a price, and now we have to buy coins at a much higher price. But, what else is new? In which way is this different from, say, shares in startups? Some people get a brilliant idea, work day and night for several years, then let their company go public. Sure, the founders have shitloads of shares and get rich. Is that a problem? Would you demand Sergey Brin to disclose what he plans to do with his money earned from selling Google shares? If so, go play somewhere else!


Visible yes, but in plainsight? No.

I am fairly convinced that had anyone EVER introduced me to this thing called bitcoin I would have been all over it.
Problem is there were no commercials there were people screeming "see this!"

Had I just been intriduced og seen an article or anything, but no satoshi and a few other people knew they had a goldmine so they werent in a hurry to tell people about it and I cant blame them, I would do the same.
As I see it they premined exactly to the point that we wouldnt mind too much.

The tought that satoshi could (If he wanted to) crash the price back to a few pennies per bitcoin makes me sick.
That to me dosnt sound like fair market.

I think if satoshi at this point wanted to strengthen the bitcoin community he should either destroy his million bitcoins or use them slowly for the good of bitcoin, but eitherway people will get very scared should his coins ever move.
It might just scare bitcoin to death.

I can trust the market to be fiar/Do-its-thing, but I cant trust a single man when I dont even know his real name.



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November 05, 2014, 10:44:14 PM
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I fail to see the problem here. Bitcoin was visible in plain open sight since day 1. 99% of us was just too stupid to see it and become an early adopter. Stupidity has a price, and now we have to buy coins at a much higher price. But, what else is new? In which way is this different from, say, shares in startups? Some people get a brilliant idea, work day and night for several years, then let their company go public. Sure, the founders have shitloads of shares and get rich. Is that a problem? Would you demand Sergey Brin to disclose what he plans to do with his money earned from selling Google shares? If so, go play somewhere else!


Visible yes, but in plainsight? No.

I am fairly convinced that had anyone EVER introduced me to this thing called bitcoin I would have been all over it.
Problem is there were no commercials there were people screeming "see this!"

Had I just been intriduced og seen an article or anything, but no satoshi and a few other people knew they had a goldmine so they werent in a hurry to tell people about it and I cant blame them, I would do the same.
As I see it they premined exactly to the point that we wouldnt mind too much.

The tought that satoshi could (If he wanted to) crash the price back to a few pennies per bitcoin makes me sick.
That to me dosnt sound like fair market.

I think if satoshi at this point wanted to strengthen the bitcoin community he should either destroy his million bitcoins or use them slowly for the good of bitcoin, but eitherway people will get very scared should his coins ever move.
It might just scare bitcoin to death.

I can trust the market to be fiar/Do-its-thing, but I cant trust a single man when I dont even know his real name.





This argument is ridiculous.  What did you expect?  A global advertisement campaign costing tens of millions of dollars before BTC ever had its first documented transaction and therefore no established value?  You have a weird concept of what "fair" is.

Given the 7+ billion people on this planet of which over half have no direct private Internet access, I'd love to hear what you would have done otherwise to, 1) ensure everyone knows about the idea and that everyone gets an equal opportunity to get in at the same time, 2) ensure that the tens of millions of dollars you spent marketing the idea can be recouped by the value you believe BTC is destined to reach, and 3) prevent Satoshi from reaping the rewards of his own invention, which would probably make recouping that advertising money impossible, anyway?   I mean, even typing this sounds ridiculous.

It was more like, "Hey, here's this cool idea I came up with.  I think it's novel.  Here's exactly how it works, and you can do whatever you want with it.  But, I'm going to start mining this thing, and you're welcome to join if you want to."  And you call that unfair?

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November 08, 2014, 02:40:31 AM
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today i read on coindesk japan made another coin to improve bitcoin.
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November 08, 2014, 04:32:27 AM
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today i read on coindesk japan made another coin to improve bitcoin.

So what? Nothing changes.

Bitcoin is still Bitcoin. Smiley

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November 08, 2014, 05:19:46 AM
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today i read on coindesk japan made another coin to improve bitcoin.

there's 600 or so altcoins. Almost all of them claim to be better than bitcoin.

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January 19, 2015, 07:10:19 PM
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This whole thread is ridiculous   Shocked

Satoshi did a great thing, lets just enjoy it  Smiley

 

It will be a better world. You are welcome there, but you are not in charge. No one is. That’s the point.

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January 19, 2015, 07:43:05 PM
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There is a lot of Adresses in Blockchain with 50 BTC (From block reward) at the begining of BTC creation so it's probably Satoshi but ... but he never spent his Bitcoins , so It dosen't matter I guess and basically it's impossible to know how much he own for sure

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January 19, 2015, 08:59:12 PM
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This whole thread is ridiculous   Shocked

Satoshi did a great thing, lets just enjoy it  Smiley

 

The more time goes on without knowing who Satoshi is, the more I'm inclined to believe there is no single person who is Satoshi.

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January 19, 2015, 09:57:40 PM
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I always thought it would be nice if it were DavidX.Li aka Li Xianglin

And that he did it as a big fu*k you to the bankers who misinterpreted and misused his paper "On Default Correlation: A Copula Function Approach" (2000)




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April 12, 2015, 05:44:14 PM
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